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$80 million investment in Linz-based startup Storyblok

$80 million investment in Linz-based startup Storyblok

Linz. Linz-based startup Storyblok has secured $80 million from investors. The funding aims to promote the development of artificial intelligence and automation tools. In three funding rounds since its founding, Storyblok has raised $138 million from investors.

The largest investor in the latest funding round is Brighton Park Capital, with participation from existing investors HV Capital, Mubadala Capital, 3VC and First Mint Capital. With this investment, Storyblok aims to accelerate its growth in the US and Europe and realize its vision of an end-to-end content platform driven by AI and automation.

“We are proud to be the first US investor in Storyblok as the company continues its rapid expansion in the region,” said Kevin Magan, partner at Brighton Park Capital. Dominic and the Storyblok team have created tremendous momentum in a short period of time and we are excited to support their continued growth.

Storyblok, based in Linz, was founded in 2017 by Alexander Fegelstorfer, Dominik Angerer, Albert Ortig and Stefan Lechner, and offers a modern content management system. The company says brands like Adidas, T-Mobile, Renault, Oatly and more than 200,000 developers and marketers in more than 130 countries are already using Storyblok.

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